International Symposium on Computational Science 2019

February 21, 2019, Kanazawa University, Japan

The International Symposium on Computational Science 2019 (ISCS2019) is an occasion to present and exchange results and ideas related to computational science and applied mathematics for young researchers worldwide, but we also cordially welcome papers from senior professors and scientists. We seek submissions from academia and industry presenting novel research on all aspects of these research fields.


Natural Science and Technology Hall 5, building C4

Kanazawa University, Japan (Kakuma campus)
Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa 920-1192

Access information

Contact: Norbert Pozar


Download program for ISCS2019 in PDF
Download program and abstracts for ISCS2019 in PDF

14:00 – 14:05

Opening (room 6)

Invited lectures (25min + 5min Q&A)

14:05 – 14:35

Reza Rendian Septiawan (Bandung Institute of Technology)
An ODE control system of a rigid body on an ocean wave for a surfer simulation in the SPH method

14:35 – 15:05

Dam Hieu Chi (JAIST)
Mining Materials Data

15:05 – 15:20


15:20 – 16:40

Short presentations (25 x 3min)

16:45 – 18:00

Poster session (room 2)

List of short presentations

  1. Muhamad Nasruddin Manaf (Kanazawa University)
    Origin of a Negative Fermi Contact Term of Anomalous Muonium in Silicon: First-Principles Study

  2. Fathiyya Izzatun Az Zahra (Kanazawa University)
    Investigation Spherical Complex Desgin of Finite Unitary Reflection Group

  3. Phansphitcha Gugaew (Kanazawa University)
    Numerical Study of Stem Cell Growth Model

  4. Afrioni Roma Rio (Kanazawa University)
    Effect of External Magnetic Field to the Perpendicular Magnetic Thin Films from First-Principles Approach

  5. Uswatun Hasanah (Bandung Institute of Technology, Kanazawa University)
    Solving matrix-valued convection problems using the generalized Lie derivative

  6. Imam Wijaya (Kanazawa University)
    Stability estimates and a Lagrange-Galerkin scheme for a Navier-Stokes type model of flow in non-homogeneous porous media

  7. Radhinka Bagaskara (Kanazawa University)
    Accelerating Molecular Dynamics Simulation with Parallel Computation

  8. Arwansyah Muhammad Saleh (Kanazawa University)
    Theoretical Study on Stability of RA-VII for Anti-Cancer Agent by Molecular Docking and Molecular Dynamics Simulation

  9. Thomas Aquino Ariasoca (Kanazawa University)
    First-principles calculation of hydrogen adsorption on graphene and silicene

  10. Marleni Wirmas (Kanazawa University)
    First-principles study on electronic and optical properties of Titanium Dioxide: DFT and QSGW method

  11. Afifah Maya Iknaningrum (Kanazawa University)
    3D simulation of Navier-Stokes flows in straight and curved cylindrical domain

  12. Rifky Syariati (Kanazawa University)
    Large Anomalous Nernst Effect in The Ferromagnetic 1-T MnSe2

  13. Yuto Aizawa (Kanazawa University)
    Mathematical formulation of neural network and deep learning algorithm

  14. Monika Nur (Kanazawa University)
    Structural Study of Surface Alloys on Ag(111) Surface Through Density Functional Theory

  15. Tharana Yosprakob (Kanazawa University and Chulalongkorn University)
    Cahn-Hilliard Equation with Pattern Control

  16. Ahmad Fauzan Fibriansyah (Kanazawa University)
    Ring of the weight enumerator of triply even codes

  17. Henokh Lugo Hariyanto (Kanazawa University)
    Numerical study of vortex interactions in hyperbolic Ginzburg-Landau-type equation

  18. Yuto Tanaka (Kanazawa University)
    First-principles calculation on thermoelectric properties of group-V two-dimensional materials

  19. Ramadhan Paninggalih (Bandung Institute Of Technology / Kanazawa University)
    Numerical Level Set Method For Heat Equation With A Codimension One Source

  20. Hana Pratiwi Kadarisman (Kanazawa University)
    First-principles calculation of gallium monovacancy in gallium nitride

  21. Nuntanut Foosarmpok (Chulalongkorn University, Kanazawa University)
    A Comparison of Methods for the European Option Pricing

  22. Md. Masum Murshed (Kanazawa University, University of Rajshahi)
    A study on the stability of the shallow water equations with a transmission boundary condition in terms of energy estimates

  23. Mutiara Dewi Lestari (Kanazawa University)
    Theoritical Study on Dynamics of Vesicle by a Coarse-grained Model

  24. Achmad Maulana Gani (Kanazawa University)
    Investigation of magnetic field effects in solid α-oxygen using van der Waals density functional approach

  25. Habibi Azka Nasution (Kanazawa University)
    Theoretical Study of Bubble Dynamics by Coarse-Grained Model

Abstract submission for short presentations + posters (deadline February 18th, 2019)

If you would like to give a short presentation (3 min) + participate in the poster session, please register by filling this form by February 18th, 2019, 17:00. Submit the abstract as at most one A4 page in a PDF format by uploading it here by the same date. You can follow this sample as a template.

Each presenter giving a “short presentation” is required to prepare a 3-minute presentation with their slides in a PDF format and upload them here by February 20th, 17:00. At most 3 slides are recommended. Please no video. Due to time constraints, all presenters will use a common computer for presenting the slides.

Poster session: We recommend a poster of size A0, but different poster sizes are acceptable.

If you have any concerns, please contact Norbert Pozar at .